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Old 05/26/14, 10:27 PM   #31
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Here's a pic of my latest use of the bushings and DOM sleeves. Great parts that make life easy!



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Old 05/27/14, 04:37 PM   #32
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Just ordered a set to run on my Ruff stuff 9" housing, but planned on using Ford spindles since I run a Ford D60 front end. I don't think here was any mention of the needed spacers on your website? Having been out for three years now, are the spacers part of the ring package (per your original post above)?

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Old 05/29/14, 06:20 PM   #33
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I just corrected the original post. I was half asleep writing it. What I had in my mind was the way the fronts went together but these are only for the rear. It was the spacing for the caliper bracket when working with front hubs, the Chevy bracket is within the stack and the Ford is on the outside. On the rear you would use a Weldon bracket and it wouldn't matter a bit.

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Old 06/11/14, 07:51 PM   #34
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Why would one want to put Dana60 front spindles on the rear axle?

What am I missing?

Are you building 4 wheel steering setups?
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Old 06/12/14, 06:55 AM   #35
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To do a light weight rearend that has good clearance with 8 lug and full float. The 14 bolt, D60/70 and sterlings all hang down further and at substantially heavier.

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Old 06/27/14, 09:33 PM   #36
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It sounds great except that I want all of that and keep my bronco 5 lug. Can we do that instead?
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Old 06/28/14, 09:22 AM   #37
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If you buy Blackbird's 5x5.5 spindle kit you can keep 5 lug. That is the direction I am going.

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Friday is finally here, now lets get that rig and get it on the trail!

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Can you post a picture of all the parts laid out on a table showing all that is needed and how it goes together?
I am not grasping it in my head yet.
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Give us a call, we'll see what we can do for ya...

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A very popular setup!

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So can I get a high pinion front dana 60 and use these to make a high pinion rear?

I like the full floater and high pinion combo. If that is what these make possible.
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So can I get a high pinion front dana 60 and use these to make a high pinion rear?

I like the full floater and high pinion combo. If that is what these make possible.

You certainly could, although High pinion is weaker than low pinion in a rear application due to where the pinion is contacting the ring gear. But the Flanges can be welded onto just about any axle to allow it to support a bolt on front spindle for a full float situation.

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